Bernstein-Burkley, P.C. Announces New Practice Area, Welcomes New Estates & Trusts Attorney

Bernstein-Burkley, P.C. today announced that the firm will be adding a new practice area, Trusts and Estate Planning, and that the growing firm will also be welcoming aboard Jennifer C. Johnson, Esq. – a lawyer with 6 years experience in the estate planning and asset protection trusts field.

“As our different practice areas, including oil and gas, continue to grow, we have identified the need to offer our clients these new services to protect their assets,” said managing partner, Robert S. Bernstein. “In a way, we’ve already been providing counsel in regards to protecting and transferring assets, this new practice area will continue these efforts, while providing a variety of additional services.”

Continuing Bernstein-Burkley, P.C.’s 40-year tradition of providing attentive, one-on-one services to its clients, the new Estates and Trusts practice area will include:

  • Asset Protection and Estate Planning
  • Estate & Trust Administration
  • Business Planning and Succession
  • Charitable Giving Planning
  • Real Estate Transactions

“We’re pleased to welcome Jennifer on board because she brings with her a wealth of knowledge and experience in this arena. She has grown her own practice independently, and we’re confident she will continue to show the same client attentiveness and help our creditors’ rights clients increase their recoveries against estates,” said partner, Kirk B. Burkley.

Bernstein-Burkley P.C. is a highly regarded and respected Pittsburgh-based law firm with a national reach in Bankruptcy & Restructuring, Oil and Gas Law and Creditors’ Rights. The firm has cultivated a reputation for excellence over four decades in the Pittsburgh business community. Bernstein-Burkley P.C.’s core purpose is to create partnerships that provide clients with peace of mind through expert advice and zealous representation.

For more information, contact:
Marissa Doyle
Marketing Director, Bernstein-Burkley, P.C.

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